Scar of Grace

I see more... Beneath that is a broken bone. How amazing it is to feel it's regenerating.It is fragile but it is fighting. For when it is weak, it is strong.The line tells that anything can happen beyond what the eyes can see. Danger is everywhere even at home.It shows that something is fixed, it … Continue reading Scar of Grace

My Body After Humerus Fracture

In the middle of Coronavirus crisis, I lie across my table with an arm sling. I type with my left hand faster than a week ago. The terrible pain is now a memory but the prick of the surgical staples arouse unwanted itch and discomfort. The cold bothers me. There is a reverberating sensation of … Continue reading My Body After Humerus Fracture

Day 16 – What I Told my Sister Today

When you think that life is complicated, it is not. It is actually simple. Love yourself first. You cannot give what you do not have.Loving one's self is not selfish. It is respect. It is something you owe to yourself.Nourish your body. Eat and sleep.Be active and rest.Beauty is subjective. It is out of the … Continue reading Day 16 – What I Told my Sister Today

21 Days of Covid Life Lessons: Day 13 – Habits

Believe me when I say I (used to be) lazy. The circumstances I was in did not urge me to work hard and find something I should be busy with. However, time and people change. As I grew older, I found that working hard is valuable and that whatever situation I will be in, I … Continue reading 21 Days of Covid Life Lessons: Day 13 – Habits

21 Days of Covid Life Lessons: Day 10 – Rest

This has been the longest time I've stayed home in my entire life. Since I can remember, I have always been seen outside working or hanging out. Running out of options, I now start to feel bored, annoyed and discouraged. I realize that it is okay...It is okay to be idle.it is okay to just … Continue reading 21 Days of Covid Life Lessons: Day 10 – Rest

21 Days of Covid Life Lessons: Day 9 – Family

"Life takes you to unexpected places. Love brings you home." -Anonymous I have vivid memories of my childhood. It is vivid because those were experiences done together like playing at home, playing at the park, hide and seek, running and chasing, and the like. Before the screen, there were physical interactions. Before social media, there … Continue reading 21 Days of Covid Life Lessons: Day 9 – Family

21 Days of Covid Life Lessons: Day 8 – The Future

I am in the phase of my life where I finally grasp what I really want to do for the rest of it. The younger years were too ideal, they were fascinating but as time passed by, I got to know myself better and been able to find out what I can really do and … Continue reading 21 Days of Covid Life Lessons: Day 8 – The Future

21 Days of Covid Life Lessons: Day 7 – The Power of Prayer

“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest." -Matthew 11:28 Last night, I watched an old movie, Jurassic Park. It shows how genius people can be, how innovative and intellectual we can become to create something which humanity thought would be impossible. In the movie, an ancient and … Continue reading 21 Days of Covid Life Lessons: Day 7 – The Power of Prayer

21 Days of Covid Life Lessons: Day 6 – Mornings

"Lose an hour in the morning, and you will be all day hunting for it." -Richard Whately Around forty five days before the pandemic outbreak, I have come to convince myself to change my lifestyle. I have altered a lot of my habits which include my waking up time. For years, I have declared myself … Continue reading 21 Days of Covid Life Lessons: Day 6 – Mornings

21 Days of Covid Life Lessons: Day 4 – Learning New Things

If you cannot learn new things when you have a free time, how can you learn when you do not have it? If you are not doing something when times are hard, how can you be moved when times get easy? It is easier to worry about what tomorrow will bring than living what the … Continue reading 21 Days of Covid Life Lessons: Day 4 – Learning New Things